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  • 161Feast of the Assumption —     The Feast of the Assumption     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Feast of the Assumption     The Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 15 August; also called in old liturgical books Pausatio, Nativitas (for heaven), Mors, Depositio …

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  • 162Daniel Stein (mime) — Daniel Stein (born 1952) is an American modern performer of a type of physical theater known as corporeal mime. Contents 1 Early years 2 Professional career 3 Performance history 4 Critical attitude …

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  • 163Dragon Crisis! — Cover of the first volume of the Dragon Crisis! light novel series ドラゴンクライシス! (Doragon Kuraishisu!) Genre …

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  • 164John Scottus Eriugena and Anselm of Canterbury — Stephen Gersh INTRODUCTION by John Marenbon John Scottus Eriugena came from Ireland, as his name indicates (‘Scottus’ meant ‘Irishman’ in the Latin of this period, and ‘Eriugena’, a neologism invented by John himself, is a flowery way of saying… …

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  • 165Feminist philosophy (french) — French feminist philosophy De Beauvoir, Kristeva, Irigaray, Le Doeuff, Cixous Alison Ainley INTRODUCTION Although women have been active philosophers for many centuries,1 the development of a specifically feminist viewpoint in the context of… …

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  • 166hereditament — her‧e‧dit‧a‧ment [ˌherˈdɪtəmənt] noun [countable] LAW a piece of property that can be inheritEd: • Rates are not payable on any unoccupied hereditament for any period during which the owner was prohibited by law from occupying the property.… …

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  • 167fleshly — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. corporeal, bodily; carnal, sensual. See humanity, body. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Pertaining to the body] Syn. human, corporeal, physical, mundane; see bodily 1 . 2. [Sensual] Syn. carnal, erotic,… …

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  • 168tangible — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. material, real; touchable, palpable; concrete, perceptible. See feeling, substance, touch. II (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. perceptible, palpable, material, real, substantial, appreciable, sensible,… …

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  • 169physical — phys•i•cal [[t]ˈfɪz ɪ kəl[/t]] adj. 1) phl of or pertaining to the body 2) of or pertaining to that which is material: the physical universe[/ex] 3) phs noting or pertaining to the properties of matter and energy other than those peculiar to… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 170σωματοῖ — σωματόω make corporeal pres ind mp 2nd sg σωματόω make corporeal pres opt act 3rd sg σωματόω make corporeal pres ind act 3rd sg …

    Greek morphological index (Ελληνική μορφολογικούς δείκτες)

  • 171σωματώσει — σωμάτωσις embodying fem nom/voc/acc dual (attic epic) σωματώσεϊ , σωμάτωσις embodying fem dat sg (epic) σωμάτωσις embodying fem dat sg (attic ionic) σωματόω make corporeal aor subj act 3rd sg (epic) σωματόω make corporeal fut ind mid 2nd sg… …

    Greek morphological index (Ελληνική μορφολογικούς δείκτες)

  • 172corporal — corporal, corporeal Both words are now largely restricted to particular uses. Corporal means ‘relating to the human body’ and is found chiefly in the expression corporal punishment (beating, spanking, etc., now effectively banned in schools in… …

    Modern English usage

  • 173possession — Having control over a thing with the intent to have and to exercise such control. Oswald v. Weigel, 219 Kan. 616, 549 P.2d 568, 569. The detention and control, or the manual or ideal custody, of anything which may be the subject of property, for… …

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  • 174rent — Consideration paid for use or occupation of property. In a broader sense, it is the compensation or fee paid, usually periodically, for the use of any rental property, land, buildings, equipment, etc. At common law, term referred to compensation… …

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  • 175res — /riyz/ The subject matter of a trust or will. In the civil law, a thing; an object. As a term of the law, this word has a very wide and extensive signification, including not only things which are objects of property, but also such as are not… …

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  • 176material — [mə tir′ē əl] adj. [LL materialis < L materia, MATTER] 1. of matter; of substance; relating to or consisting of what occupies space; physical [a material object, material forces] 2. a) of the body or bodily needs, satisfactions, etc.;… …

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  • 177FRANK, JACOB, AND THE FRANKISTS — Jacob Frank (1726–1791) was the founder of a Jewish sect named after him which comprised the last stage in the development of the Shabbatean movement. He was born Jacob b. Judah Leib in Korolowka (Korolevo), a small town in Podolia. His family… …

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  • 178Corporealities — Corporeality Cor*po re*al i*ty ( ?l ? t?), n.: pl. {Corporealities} ( t[i^]z). The state of being corporeal; corporeal existence. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 179Corporeality — Cor*po re*al i*ty ( ?l ? t?), n.: pl. {Corporealities} ( t[i^]z). The state of being corporeal; corporeal existence. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 180Feoffment — Feoff ment, n. [OF. feoffement, fieffement; cf. LL. feoffamentum.] (Law) (a) The grant of a feud or fee. (b) (Eng. Law) A gift or conveyance in fee of land or other corporeal hereditaments, accompanied by actual delivery of possession. Burrill.… …

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